Parker/Spitzer blog interviews Loesch at CPAC:
Thousands of conservative activists will descend on the nation's capital Thursday for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, a three-day political carnival of speeches, strategy sessions and after-hours networking.
Loesch is attending the CPAC meeting.
How important is this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference?
I think it's important for the members of any coalition to gather together from time to time. There's a great fellowship that occurs which you can't replicate online to some extent.
Possible 2012 Republican presidential contenders are scheduled to appear at the conference: former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, Rep. Michele Bachmann (Minn.), Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, Gingrich, Pawlenty, former senator (Pa.) and Sen. John Thune (S.D.). What will you be listening for from them?
I'm interested in seeing what sort of reception Mr. Gingrich receives. There are many people whom I'm hoping to hear.
What do you hope to accomplish at the conference? What will you do there?
I'm speaking on Thursday afternoon about new media and also introducing the documentary "Fire From the Heartland," a film about the rise and leadership of women in the conservative grassroots movement. Myself, Rep. Michele Bachmann, and other ladies are featured. I'm also broadcasting my radio show live from radio row and have a great bunch of guests scheduled.
Turns out that Loesch was NOT on Parker/Spitzer, thank goodness.
Her full speech of nuttiness:
She was at CPAC interviewing Richard Dreyfuss.
Speaking at CPAC 2011:
Newly hired CNN contributor and Breitbart toady Dana Loesch praises Lila Rose's "sting operations", smears Planned Parenthood and creates the illusion of "feminist genocide."
Adam Shriver at the St. Louis Activist Hub had this interesting piece: Dana Loesch swaps conspiracy theories with other bloggers, such as Pamela Geller and Jim Hoft.
Dana Loesch, Bill Hennessy, and Jim Hoft are today lamenting the birth of democracy and end of Mubarek's repressive regime. Why? Because scary people-who-aren't-Christians will now be allowed to live in a democratic society! And naturally that will result in chaos, since as we all know only tea partiers are informed enough to be allowed to vote.
Too bad for Loesch, Hoft, and their buddies: Egyptian "Elected" Dictator Hosni Mubarak resigned today.
Dana Loesch talks to Future Voices
Jimmy McMillan, the man who ran on the "Rent Is Too Damn High Party", visits The Dana Show.
from the 02.11.2011 edition of The Dana Show, at CPAC.
I'd love to see him get the GOP nomination, but sadly, it won't happen because he is pro-LGBT Rights and presumably pro-choice.